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Studio Filmowe KALEJDOSKOP



89 mm from Europe (1993)


Brześć - a town on the border between Poland and the former Soviet Union. Due to a difference of the dimensions of the railway tracks in the Soviet Union and the rest of Europe, Bialorussian workers have to change a few thousands carriage wheels each day to let international trains into the territory of the former Soviet Union.


Passengers from France, Germany, Holland watch it through the train windows… Two separate worlds?

  • script : Marcel Łoziński
  • director : Marcel Łoziński
  • cienematographer : Jacek Petrycki, Artur Reinhart
  • montage : Katarzyna Maciejko-Kowalczyk
  • sound : Małgorzata Jaworska
  • producer : Janusz Skałkowski, Wojciech Szczudło

time : 12 min.
year : 1993

The movie has been nominated for Oskar 1994 r..



Filmography - new


Beginning of 1945, Upper Silesia, Poland. The last days of WW2. At the just liberated areas, the Communist Security Service eliminates its enemies under the pretext of punishing “national traitors.” It organizes a labour camp for Germans, Silesians and Poles, at the site of a former Nazi concentration camp, which is named “Zgoda” / “Reconciliation”. Franek, who is in love with a Polish prisoner Anna, joins the camp crew to rescue her. He doesn't know that one of the inmates is Erwin, his German friend, who, like himself, has also loved Anna for a long time. Franek joins Communists in the illusory hope of outsmarting the system.

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